Wolds End Farm

Ashton Road, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6HR

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  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Our CL is on a working farm within ten minutes walking from  the centre of Chipping Campden.  The adjacent school has sports facilities that are open to the general public - including an indoor pool and we also have a prize winning recreation ground in the Town.   Great area for walking , site is next to  footpath network. Slightly sloping site but suitable for motor homes.  We offer battery charging, welcome dogs (but ask that they're wormed) children welcome as well.  Early booking for Dovers Games (Cotswold Olimpicks) and Scuttlebrook Fair is advised. Usually pretty quiet location.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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Pitches

Types of pitch: grass

Electric hook up not available

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1 acres

Some sloping pitches

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Postcode:
GL55 6HR
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Lat 52.056512 / Lon -1.780235
OS field ref:
SP156402
OS map ref:
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Perfect peace

This site has nothing in the way of facilities but taps, bins and somewhere to empty your cassette. That for me is what makes it perfect. Perfect for walking, perfect for exploring or just perfect for putting your feet up and enjoying the silence. It's just a field and that's all I look for in a cl. Want more, go to a site. The only thing I would say would limit its appeal would be the fact that I don't think it would be very accessible in winter as it's all grass and has a slight slope going through the gateway, but don't be put off this country gem. The owners are working farmers and are very friendly and have a wealth of local knowledge, you just have to ask. Top CL We will return
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Perfect peace

This site has nothing in the way of facilities but taps, bins and somewhere to empty your cassette. That for me is what makes it perfect. Perfect for walking, perfect for exploring or just perfect for putting your feet up and enjoying the silence. It's just a field and that's all I look for in a cl. Want more, go to a site. The only thing I would say would limit its appeal would be the fact that I don't think it would be very accessible in winter as it's all grass and has a slight slope going through the gateway, but don't be put off this country gem. The owners are working farmers and are very friendly and have a wealth of local knowledge, you just have to ask. Top CL We will return
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Beware of the sheep.

The site itself is very pleasant but just check before you go that there will not be sheep in the field. We found there were and the site owners were not present to talk to during our stay so we just put our payment through their letterbox. The sheep managed to demolish our hitch cover, woke us early by nibbling and bumping the van and negotiating the poo minefield they left was not pleasant, nor were the flies that attracted. In fairness, the owner did contact us to apologise and say that normally the sheep would be separated by an electric fence but they had had an emergency.
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Peaceful location

This is a great location to stay if you love Chipping Campden - a lovely 10 minute walk and you are in the centre of this beautiful Cotswold village which we believe is one of the best. As described in previous reviews, the site is slightly sloping and the views are of the surrounding farm and land. There are lots of lovely walks from the site and around the village. There was a warm welcome from our hosts and a lovely collie puppy for our children to drool over. The entrance to the site was easy to miss and we did have to drive up and down the road until we finally saw the CL sign but our stay was very peaceful and a welcome break. If you intend to eat out in Chipping Campden we would strongly advise to book ahead - the pubs get very busy on weekends! For emergencies, there is a brilliant Chinese takeaway that also does fish and chips.

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Fantastic CL in a great location

Arrived to a very nice friendly welcome and a bright sunny evening. This CL is located within easy walking distance of Chipping Campden with many dog friendly pubs. In the village you will also find the recreation ground which has a wonderful park to entertain the kids. Very nice bistros serving great food can also be found but at a price. We enjoyed the public footpaths that meander around the village taking you along the Cotswold Way, starting at the back of the farm and taking you through some tranquil meadows.

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